What do you know about this invasive disease that is now prevalent across the UK?
If you have Ash trees on your property, then you need to be familiar with the symptoms of Ash Dieback and maintain vigilance to ensure that if you are affected, then you take quick action to safely remove the affected trees. At Axcess Tree Services, we can help by:
All this in a timely manner that you can start today with a quick call to our office.
Common names: ash dieback, chalara
What does it affect?: Ash
UK Areas affected: All of the UK
Origin: Asia, via Europe
Leaves develop dark patches in the summer then wilt and discolour to black. In some instances leaves will be shed early
Dieback of the shoots and leaves can be seen in the summer (UK)
In contrast, new growth can be seen from previously dormant buds located further down the trunk.
Lesions develop where branches meet the trunk. These are often diamond-shaped and dark brown. The inner bark looks brownish-grey under these lesions.